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    Update On My Status

    Post  XXX on Tue May 25, 2010 11:58 am

    The symptoms of Rhypophobia are individual and will vary from person to person. Some individuals, when confronted with their fear of defecation, may feel slightly uncomfortable, become nauseated or begin to perspire. At the extreme end of the spectrum, other people are so severely impacted by this phobia, that they experience crippling anxiety and/or panic attacks.

    Other symptoms of Rhypophobia may include:

    * A Dry Mouth

    * Heightened Senses

    * Breathlessness

    * Rapid Heartbeat

    * Heart Palpitations

    * Trembling

    * Feeling Dizzy

    * Feeling Numb

    * Hyperventilation

    * Muscle Tension

    * Feeling Out of Control

    * Feeling Trapped and Unable to Escape

    * Overwhelming Feeling of Danger or Disaster

    How Is Rhypophobia Diagnosed?

    The majority of cases of Rhypophobia are self-diagnosed. The phobic individual realizes that their fear is irrational and is severely compromising their ability to function.

    The rhypophobic individual may discuss their fears with their primary physician. Rarely will the doctor make a diagnosis of Rhypophobia based on the initial discussion with the patient. More routinely, after ruling out any physical reasons for the phobia, the doctor will refer the person to a mental health professional for further assessment and evaluation.

    How Is Rhypophobia Treated?

    When the fear of defecation becomes so intense as to disrupt a person's daily functioning, there are a number of different ways to treat Rhypophobia.

    These can include:

    * A referral from the primary physician to a therapist who specializes in the treatment of phobias.

    * Traditional "talk" therapy that will teach the phobic person to recognize and control the phobia.

    * Self-help techniques such as progressive or purposeful muscle relaxation.

    * Exposure Therapy.

    * Hypnotherapy.

    * Support groups with other people who cope with this specific phobia.

    * Relaxation techniques such as deep breathing.

    * In extreme cases of Rhypophobia, anti-anxiety medications can be prescribed.

    Rhypophobia is an intense, irrational fear of defecation. Sometimes that fear can become so overwhelming as to completely halt an individual's ability to function on a daily basis. Unchecked, Rhypophobia can become a debilitating condition that interferes with a person's personal life, their social life and job responsibilities. Untreated, Rhypophobia will touch every aspect of a person's life.

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    Post  Distorted on Tue May 25, 2010 12:52 pm

    good luck and make lots of money

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    Post  XXX on Tue May 25, 2010 2:18 pm


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    Post  Jackhammer on Tue May 25, 2010 4:29 pm

    Good luck Dill. Hope it works out for you.

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    Post  deadlegion on Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:50 pm

    Best of luck in your new endeavour Dill Wink


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    Post  lobo on Mon Jul 05, 2010 12:00 pm

    Good luck mate. When you are mega rich, feel free to sponsor me for a visa if I am not already in Florida by then!!!

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    Post  XXX on Tue Jul 06, 2010 3:44 pm

    I got your email Fred. Cheers.


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    Post  curandero on Mon Jul 25, 2011 5:38 pm

    Gud luck with that

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